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  2. LATE CABLE NEWS

    The Victorian loan of £4,000,000 has been [?]ersub[?]cribed. ...

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  3. COALITION POLICY.

    The policy of the National-Progressive Coalition was unfolded at Wollongong last night by Sir George Fuller. In a trenchant criticism of the Government Sir George Fuller emphasised the position of the finances, which, he said, ...

    Article : 198 words
  4. FLOODS.

    A message from Cairns states that there seems to be no abatement it in the floods in that district. Traffic between some centres has bren entirely disorganised. The A hole ...

    Article : 314 words
  5. ALMA TIRTSCHKE.

    A great sensation was caused by now evidence in the Criminal Court to day, when Colin Campbell Ross was charged with the murder of Alma Tirischke. The body of the ...

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  6. I. R. A. SPLIT.

    The Mid-[?]merick and South Tipperary brigades of the I. R. A. have proclaime[?] their repudiation of the Free State renewing their allegiance to the so-called Republic. ...

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  7. BUSH FIRES.

    Disastrous bush fires occured in the Pullitop district at the week-end, resulting in heavy losses for farmers and graziers. The fire swept across several farms, where the ...

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  8. PRINCE AS LINGUIST.

    The Prince of Wales surprised and pleased the soldiers ol the 15th Rajputs to-day. when he addiressed them in Urdu, after presenting new colours to their regiment, It being his ...

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  9. IRELAND.

    The Monaghan Gaelic footballers, who were going to Derry to play a match and were kidnapped, have been released. ...

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  10. MEAT TRADE.

    In an interview with the Australian Press Association, Mr. Edmund Jowett, M. P., said: "While the markets for frozen mutton and lamb have made a splendid recovery ...

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  11. CAIRO MURDERS.

    A message from Cairo states that the murder of Mr. Jordan is the fifth outrage of the kind in one week and suggests that the rebels have commenced a policy of the murder of ...

    Article : 199 words
  12. FLOODS AT DORRIGO.

    Driver Alt Peaks was attempting to cross the lower Beilsdown, two miles from Dorrigo, when he was washed out of the sulky by the terrific current. The horse was drowned. The ...

    Article : 256 words
  13. THE SPEECH.

    Sir George Fuller delivered the policy speech of the State Opposition in the Town Hall tonight. The building was crowded. Sir George Fuller, who had a good reception, ...

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  14. MINES WORKING.

    A message from Johannesburg says it is believed that the coal strike will soon fizzic out. The Witbank mine is reported to be in full ...

    Article : 58 words
  15. BUTTER POOL.

    Several proposals, having in view an increase in the price now paid to dairy farmers for produce, were submitted to Mr. Theodore today by a deputation representing the Farmers' ...

    Article : 284 words
  16. ARMY IN INDIA.

    Lord Rawlinson (Commander-in-Chief in India), who was interviewed by 40 English and Indian journalists in Delhi, explained the military situation, and the necessity for ...

    Article : 245 words
  17. GENERAL CABLE NEWS.

    The Zinc Corporation's claim against Aron Hirsch and Sons has been settled, Hirsch paying the corporation £25,000. A message from Paris states that ...

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  18. PAINTINGS BY MILLET.

    A Paris message states that 20 canvases of Millt's famous picture, "The Angelus," have been discovered in an attic in the Town Hall at Cherbourg, of which town Millet was a ...

    Article : 69 words
  19. FROZEN MEAT.

    The Minister for State Enterpiises (Mr. W. Forgan Smith) refetring to the condition of the meat industry in Queensland, on Saturday said if the industiy in Queensland was ...

    Article : 344 words
  20. COUNTRY PARTY.

    Prior to leaving Melbourne to-day for Singapore, Dr. Earle Page, leader of the Federal Country party, replied to remarks made by the Prime Minister (Mr. Hughes) on ...

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  21. CASUALTIES.

    Andrew Reid, 49, a labourer, an inmate of the Shaftesbury Institute at Vaucluse, was found in the grounds yesterday with his throat cut. Dr. Brent, of Vaucluse, ...

    Article : 57 words
  22. RAILWAY "LOYALISTS."

    What is the Government s policy in respect of the 'loyalists' in the railway and tramway services?" Replying to this interjection by a ...

    Article : 136 words
  23. FALL OF 40 FEET.

    O. Parish fell from the public works bridge at Port Kembla to the roadway, about 40ft. He was taken to the hospital in an unconscious condition, suffering from ...

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  24. MOUNT MORGAN.

    Mr. James Stopford, M. L. A. for Mount Morgan, expressed the view to-day that operations will be in full swing at the mine and works in about three weeks' time. Mr. ...

    Article : 102 words
  25. SHOOTING CASES.

    As the result of a shooting case in Redfern late yesterday afternoon, Jenifer Gladys West, 27, was conveyed to the Royal South Sydney Hospital by the Civil Ambulance in a serious ...

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  26. GREEK CHURCH.

    A message from Athens states that evidence Of the manner In which the Kemalists are observing the provisions of the Franco-Turkish treaty is afforded by the decree of the ...

    Article : 101 words
  27. MOTOR TRANSPORT.

    A letter was read at to-night's meeting of the Goulburn Chamber of Commerce from a Sydney firm proposing to run a motor service for the conveyance of merchandise ...

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  28. WOMEN IN POLITICS.

    Sir,—The letter in your issue of Saturday, signed "Simon Slabbs," although written in light, sarcastic vein, gives to women a high compliment in their power of organisation, ...

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  29. SUGAR INDUSTRY.

    Deep concern was expressed by the Premier to-day at the vigorous campaign being carried on in the southern States against the Queensland sugar industru. Mr. Theodore ...

    Article : 206 words
  30. RUSSIAN MONEY.

    Mr. J. H. Thomas, M. P. (Labour), speaking in Sheffield, declared that Russian money was coming to this county, and it was being used by the Communist party. He was going ...

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  31. BROTHER'S SACRIFICE.

    A fortnight ago Fdward O'Halloran, aged 43 years, district industtial agent for the A. M. P. Society, was passing a train and waggon on Wombat-road when one of the horses kicked ...

    Article : 142 words
  32. EASY MONEY.

    To-day we are in the position that we are not looking for money, but that money is looking for us," said the Premier at au election meeting at Drummoyne last night. ...

    Article : 66 words
  33. SOVIET ON A SHIP.

    A message from Paris states that Captain Cochery, of the liner Amazone, has withdrawn Proceedings against members of the clew, who were charged with mutiny under ...

    Article : 132 words
  34. "E" TYPE TRAM CARS.

    Sir,—I would be glad of an opportunity of endorsing Mr. Warton's remarks to "E" type tram cars. Not only are the whole of his statements true, but they are borne out by ...

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  35. MIDDLE HARBOUR BRIDGE.

    In reply to a deputation which waited upon him recently in reference to the construction of a bridge across Middle Harbour and a road though French's Forest, ...

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  36. TASMANIA AND NAVIGATION ACT.

    At a reception which was held on board [?] Orient Company's R. M. S. Ormonde, the first vessel of that line to call at Hobart since the outbreak of war, the Premier, Sir Walter ...

    Article : 191 words
  37. FORT KEMELA WATER SUPPLY.

    The report that there is some prospect of the establishment of paper mills at Port Kembla has revived interest in the projects for the future water supply of that centre. ...

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  38. A WARNING TO CIVIL SERVANTS.

    Sir,—Civil servants will be interested to know that at the sitting of the O. B. U. on the 14th inst. Mr. Blakeley, president, made the following remarks, as reported by the ...

    Article : 239 words
  39. MT. FUJI-YAMA.

    A message from Tokio states that Major Orde Lees, a British Polar explorer, has Climbed the summit of Fuji-Yama Mountain. Major Lees is the first European to reach ...

    Article : 78 words
  40. CONGESTION AT WILLOUGHBY SCHOOL.

    At the invitation of the Willoughby Public School Parents' Association, the Willoughby Council has decided to co-operate in a deputation to the Minister for Education to call ...

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  41. ALLEGED MANSLAUGHTER.

    Sydney Walsh, who at the Premiers' meeting on Thursday night, bade Mr. Dooely "Goodbye and luck." and who afterwards was found lying unconscious with a fractured skull ...

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  42. CHAMPION WRESTLER.

    Stanislaus Zbyszko, the champion wresler, plans to retire in May, after 30 years wrestling. It is reported that he intends to pass the title to his brother, Wladek ...

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  43. DEFENCE ECONOMIES.

    There is a growing feeling among military authorities that the Ministry should endeavour to hasten its announcement of the defence policy of the Commonwealth. Beyond the ...

    Article : 76 words
  44. HAYSHED DESTROYED BY FIRE.

    A disastrous fire occurred at Woodville on Friday night, when a hayshed containing 90 tons of hay, the property of Messrs. Graham Bros., was totally destroyed. Owing to the ...

    Article : 77 words
  45. MOTOR CYCLE RECORD.

    At Miami (Florida) the world's one-mile motor-cycle record of 1 minute was lowered by E. Murphy, making the course in 59[?]. ...

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